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PM: Under-25s face benefits cut

David Cameron has suggested people under 25 could lose jobseekers' allowance and housing benefit in an effort to cut long-term unemployment. He told the Conservative party conference he wanted all of them "earning or learning".

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Hague: Conservatives 'very much in touch'

William Hague dismissed accusations the Conservatives were no longer in touch with the country after the Prime Minister failed to answer a question about the price of a loaf of bread.

The Foreign Secretary told Daybreak there were "many different prices" for a loaf of bread and dubbed the query "a bit of a 1960's question".

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